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Chapter 4 - Close up – a close up Medium – a close shot...

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Chapter 4 – Editing Jump cut- editing transition that’s confusing in terms of space and time Establishing shots – usually an extreme long or long shot offered at the beginning of a scene providing the viewer with the context of the subsequent closer shots Reestablishing shot – return to an initial establishing shot within a scene, acting a as reminder of the physical context of closer shots. D.W Griffith – the Father of Film Classical cutting – a style of editing in which a sequence of shots is determined by a scene’s dramatic and emotional emphasis rather than by physical action alone. The sequence of shots represents the breakdown of the event into its psychological as well as logical components.
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Unformatted text preview: Close up – a close up Medium – a close shot; knees or waist up Reaction shot – A cut to a shot of a character’s reaction to the contents of the preceding shot. Two shot- a medium shot showing two actors Master shot/ sequence shot – An uninterrupted shot that contains an entire scene. Usually involving complex staging and camera movements First cut – a sequence of shots of the studio director’s interpretation of the materials Final cut – The sequence of shots in a movie as it will be released to the public Cover shots – extra shots of a scene that can be used to bridge transitions in case the planned footage fails to edit as planned. Mise en scene -...
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